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The Station, Richmond
(3.7/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
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  • Whilst walking around Richmond and along the river, came across The Station which has number of crafts made locally for sale including a micro-brewery. Well worth a visit 
  • A well designed and interesting venue, which still keeps loads of original and quirky features. Has a bakery, art gallery, micro brewery, and cinema amongt other things. With a good range of drinks an...  more »
  • We walked the river from the Old Brewery to the Old Station a nice 10 minute stroll. We had a couple bottles of their beer and cider. Well worth a visit 
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  • Easy parking £1 for 4hrs good coffee short distance up hill into town. Nice picture gallery.
  • Relaxing, good food.
  • Great building and the casual atmosphere, with a really nice menu. The food was surprisingly good too. Would definitely go back.
  • A fantastic place to visit as a local or tourist with an amazing icecream parlour, the chocolate is devine!!! The cinema is great as you can reserve seats and not have to turn up till the film starts so you don't need to watch endless trailers and you can even take in a glass of wine from the Seasons bar, which I have to say is pricey but then so are all food/drinks from the franchise cinema's in the region of which none are so comfy and welcoming. The staff are fine too, I think they could perhaps do with one or two more during busy periods which would ease the pressure on them. During the day it's great as you can take a lovely walk round Easby Abbey then return for a coffee which I think is just fine. It's no Costa but then who wants it to be?? For all the negatives theres plenty of positives, The Station is unique and long may it continue. I just wish the council would get rid of the parking restrictions but this is a council issue and not the Station's.
  • I was here 1948 some 6hrs from home doing my n/s for my country . Troops everywhere!